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Great print advertising

Tony Antin

Great print advertising

creative approaches, strategies and tactics

by Tony Antin

  • 296 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Wiley .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTony Antin.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi,247p. :
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21466678M
ISBN 100471557137

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Advertising, which aims to influence the thinking and behavior of consumers around the world, is a multibillion-dollar industry. People are exposed to many different forms of advertising every day, including TV and radio commercials, newspaper and magazine ads, posters and billboards, direct mail, and Internet ads. Readers learn how advertising works, including common techniques 5/5(1). If you follow these 6 rules, your print ads will be much more effective and your ROI will have no choice but to increase. We also encourage you to continually test the various components of your ad. For instance, after reading this post you may realize your headline is weak.

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The definitive book on creating ads that sell by one of the world's leading experts in this area. Gives detailed, step-by-step instructions for developing print ads that are always effective.

Packed with examples of ads that work--and those that don't--plus clear, specific explanations of the subtle differences between them/5(2). This book is an undisputed classic for a reason. For over 30 years, this book has been the virtual bible of the advertising world.

Ogilvy covers everything you’ll need to begin your career in advertising, choose the right firm, craft the right content, copy write like a champion, analyze data and use your skills for the causes you care about. Great champions master fundamentals first.

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Books shelved as advertising: Ogilvy on Advertising by David Ogilvy, Hey, Whipple, Squeeze This: A Guide to Creating Great Ads by Luke Sullivan, Confessi. Print ads are not easy to write and usually should not be attempted unless you're a professional ad agency copywriter, freelance copywriter, or creative if you cannot afford that option, and are a small business owner managing your own ad campaign, these elements show you how to write print ads that help you reach customers and get : Apryl Duncan.

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How to Create an Effective Print Ad. Related Book. Advertising For Dummies, 2nd Edition. By Gary Dahl. Your business’s print advertisements need to give readers a reason to be interested in your business; they must be clear, succinct, informative, and inviting.

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Brilliant print adverts: Brilliant print ads: To be successful, print adverts have to be multi-layered. These days, social media plays a central role for the more traditional medium. But sometimes, a perfect print ad that mixes the right words with a spot-on picture, can be just as impactful as the shiniest, most high-tech digital.

3) Great Copywriting for the Body. The majority of print ads generally focus one on or the other of the above elements, but there is a chance that you may want to explain more about your product to customers and the body is a great chance to explain it further.

Includes index The unique opportunity to learn -- How great print advertisements get that way -- The A: an appealing propositional benefit -- The B: quick, easy recognition of the propositional benefit -- The C: the propositional benefit made fully clear -- Layout: so elementary but so surprisingly misunderstood -- The laid-on benefit: when the propositional benefit needs help -- Pages:   Takeaways: Copy-heavy print ads are best used when placed on magazines, direct mail advertising using postcards or business cards, and other medium that the audience can actually hold.; Image print ads are best used for billboards, vinyl banners, and other large format prints because it needs less time to be analyzed.

Magazines divide their editorial content and place it into the front of the book, feature well, departments, columns, and the back of the book. Less-professional publications will typically cram most of the ads toward the back of the magazine.

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